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Electronics Design

With years of experience designing electronics for different industries, Sleipnir has the capabilities to develop electronics for any project. Our services are customised to meet the specific needs of each client. From requirements capture through to finished design ready for testing and manufacture, we work collaboratively throughout the entire process to achieve measurable results.

As part of our local outreach we are trying to get the message to startups and makers that the cost of making custom PCBs is not outrageous. If sales reach around 100 per year it can be, and often is, cost effective to develop your own electronics. This is of course highly project dependent, but before discarding the option please come to us and see what we can do for you.

Some examples of applications we are familiar with designing for can be found below. If you can’t find what you want to make, don’t worry, send us a message and we will get back to you about our capabilities in the area you require.

Processor boards

Here at Sleipnir we are experienced in creating processor boards for our clients, utilising the latest technology, such as DDR4 memories, and working with processors like the ARM Cortex A series, in particular the i.MX series from NXP. Being familiar with demanding power delivery networks, we strive to help our clients with anything from reviewing their power supply sequencing to developing their complete processor boards.

IoT Sensors

The reason for founding Sleipnir was to aid in the design of IoT sensors and devices. We have carried on that mission by developing the PCBs for a number of startups, with as many interfaces as sensing types. Very often we are asked to re-package a rough prototype into a single PCB that fits into a certain enclosure. That often includes adding specific communications capabilities, such as WiFi, Buetooth, LoRa, cellular, or even serial.  


Everybody loves battery powered devices nowadays. Everywhere you look there are wireless devices. When designing for batteries there are a few key electrical questions that need to be asked. What is the target battery life? Will you be using a protected battery pack? Does it need to be re-chargeable? If re-chargeable, can it use contacts for charging or is contactless required? At Sleipnir many of the products we design require either a battery variant, or they are entirely battery powered. We have designed electronics for everything from a couple of kWh batteries down to ensuring maximum life of small coin cells.

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